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M. M. MUKllOCK&nitO.. Proprietors.
The following are the real estate transfers
recorded in the ofliee of register of deeds j-cs-terday:
E A Snirely to J S Carson, lots o, 7, il,
Emporia avo Carpenters add
TK McLean to SE Webb 1G1 ft of
land in Wichita township com at se
cor blk F FerroH's add, thenca av 1GS.
ft n 102 f t o 1CS f t s 102ft
Ches Firebaujrh to 8 Gaslogue, lot 1 blk
B Highland Park
D J Tonsney to J P Heiserman, lots
205, 207, 2K), 301, S03, 303, Fourth avo
Ferrell's2d add
J H Alcy to J WKirkwood, lots 38, 40
ChLsolm street
E P Miller to L C Hamilton, e hf 3S, u
hf 31-S8-4W 10000
LC Hamilton to CP Miller, lots 01. 0J,
Co. Feurlli ave, Enli&irs add
G H Blackwelder to J V Moflitt undiv
1-0 beins 1-3 of 1-3 of c hf of no qr 23:
w hf of mv qr 14-27-lo
Butler & Fisher to L M Thomas lots S3,
78. Sit, 91, Short st, Butler & Fish
er's add
3T F. Niederlander to John Hanley, lot
CO, OS, "Walnut bt, Niederlander's
0 P Glaze to J H Morris, commencing
at s w cor lot .'5, Pierce and Vantil-bury'-s
add 1500
1 Simifeon to W P. Leonard, all of lots
171, IT.',, 175, blk 10. Orme & Phillips
3 Sinett to J Wilson, s hf of ue qr 20-25-lw
G E Morgan to J Mendenhall, sw qr of
sw or 10. lot 7. sec 10-2S-1 e
S M Johns to M E Heiserman. lot 20.
blk 3, Mt Hope -W0
E Sullivan to A McMurchy, w hf of
nw qr 22-20-1 e 3300
C D Gray to School dist Ho 20, one
" aero in ne cor of ne qr 10-20-2 e 100
A L Kouck to F C Horner, old lots
from 1101 to llll Jackson ave. Lew-
ellenadd 2-400
A T Hall to A M Johnson, lots 1 1 , 1 3.
Washington ave, Davis1 add 000
'Fotal $52,1(72
Sunday the Baptist elmrfli was tastefully
and beautifully decorated for the celebration
of the Harvest Festival. In the evening the
Woman's mission circle rendered the follow
ing delightful programme:
Scripture lesson, by Mrs. E. J. Foster.
Hymn, ''Harvest Bells,"' by choir.
Prayer, by Rev. Mr. Post.
Recitation, "The Autumn Festival." by
Miss Sybil Herring.
Song, "A Woiutoftil Houm:,'' b- Miss
Sarah Foster.
Original paper. "Every Daj- Work," by
Mrs. E. J. Foster.
Solo, "Your Mission," by Miss Fleta Law
rence. Remarks by Mr. Posl .
leading, "Thanksgiving Ann," Miss Mc
Vicar. Duett, "Weary Gleaners." uj" -disse- Law
rence and Herring.
Address, "The Harvest,'' by Rev. W. F.
Harper, pastor.
Recitation, "Biddy Redwing's Xest,"' by
Margaret Foster.
Hymn, "Who is Ready," b' the choir.
Doxology, "Prafcc 6ol," by the congrega
tion. Benediction, by the pastor.
A collection was taken up. which amount
ed to about $35.
The militia went yesterday morning to
their summer encampment nt Fort Reily,
going over the Santa Fe and Missouri Paclic
The prize drill Saturday evening showed
them to be well up in the drill, and
that as far as military discipline is concerned
the city will not suffer through their acts.
They were, too. well provided for besides
their plethoric haversacks and full canteens,
thcro was the captain's chest a peep into
hich disclosed groceries.camied fruits,
cigars, a big jug and several good sized
TiiEi)i:vir.s auction:
Last night the Devil's auction at the opera
house drew the largest audience of the sea
son. Every seat on the lower floor was tak
en and the gallery was crowded to its utmost
Tho play with its exciting and interesting
plot was an ell j nit upon the stage, and was
accordingly well received, most of the
performance being heartily applauded and
encored. The scenery, too, which is so nec
essary to the successful production of this
highly spectacular play, was of the most fit
ting character.
Those who have seen the Devil's Auction
before ill sec that there several new fea
tures, and that two striking scenes have been
added in the last act.
The performance, will be repeated this eve
ning. "
Under the progressive management of Su
perintendent Hill tho Wichita and Western
is pushing rapidly westward. The track is
completed to Saratoga and Wednesday ill
boa great day for that plae. Excursion
trains m ill carry large crowds of people to
join with the happy Saratogiaus in a graud
railroad celebration.
The proprietors of the Boston store suffer
ed quite a loss Saturday night by the falling
of the shelves on tho west side of their rooms.
A large stock of fine goods was injured.
Yesterday a number of hands were busy get
ting things repaired and everything in shape
Some of tho police are practically on to a
big racket. Things as yet are in a semi
chaotic state and not suitable for tho public
ear. Suffice it to hay that 'f things are what
they seem something a ill "drap" in a few
The famous chief, '"Whirlwind," attracted
considerable atteution on the streets yester
day. Some ouo had made him a present of a
tall .-tove-pi)e hat and ho had a red ribbon
about four inches wide for a band.
A change of time takes place in the Wich
ita and Western today.
The new fall style of Duulap hats at Gold
standt's, the hatter. dl07-0t
Fair tickets for sale nt Lawrence's drug
stoi-c. R. E. Lawhexce, Treas.
The drayman that has token the goods
from Sweutzell, will please deliver back to
Swcntzell or 231 South Fourth ave. dl07-2t
Knocked SUVj.
For the past two weeks carpenters and
painters have been busy enlarging and leau
tif3"ing the new clothing house of Lut troll
Bros., and putting in new counters, shelving,
hat case, etc. Clothing, gent's furnishing
goods and hats, in all the hite styles have
been arriving daily, and their polite and ef
ficient salesmen, Gus Rhoades, James Mc
LeoJ, Lee "Walker and Geo. EiTting. have
been bus' marking goods at such extremely
low prices as will knock silly the old fogy
high priced system of doing business. Go
and see them and save money at 122 Douglas
avo. dl07-lt
To Cattle l'ecders In Kansas.
The undersigned desires to make arrange-,
ments to have bunches of Colorado native
and half breed steers feed with corn during
the coming winter and spring. Bids wanted
on tho basis of comiieusatiou for increased
weight Address "W. Thomson, postoffiee box
2945, Denver, Colo. dl07-4t
Tho celebrated Dunlap hats for sale at
Goldstandt-Bros. & Co. 204 Douglas ave
nue. dl07-6t
Block returned yesterday from a busi
ness trip to Kansas City.
Dr. D. G. Terry has gone to Kcw Ycrk
to visit his old home, the first time since he
came west.
Dr. Hudson has returned from Anthony,
where he has been in attendance upon tho
Harper County fair.
A. M. Goldstein and wife returned yes
terday from Lawrence, where tiiey had been
attending the Steinberg-Barrett wedding.
Mr. S. W. Shattuck, of Sedgwick Citj-,
is in the city attending to some business mat
ters. He invested considerably in real estate.
Col. Simmer, of Arkansas City, arrived
here yesterday to assist the counsel for de
fence" in the case of the United States vs. Al
Attorney Ceree Reed and wife will leave
to-day for Bloomiugton, 111., where they will
viit a short time. Their many friends w lsh
them a pleasant time.
-Dr. and Mrs. J. C. Rippcrton, of Belle
riaine, were in the city yesterday calling on
friends. They say they will attend the fair
this week at least one day.
-During tho past week Bird Myers. Wil
liam Stanser, Ira Hodson and Emma Rizer,
of "Wichita, and Frank Weston, of Cheney,
have entered the Southwestern business
Mr. C. R. Miller and daughter Cora, re
turned yesterday from their visit of some
weeks to New York. Both express them
selves as having enjoyed their visit very
R T. "Millkoii. a well known young man
of Wichita, who has been representing the
firm of McClces & Millison m Chicago lor
the past few months, arrived in the city yes
terday to remain a few days, lie says ne
has disposed of his interest in Chicago and
will soon return to his first love.
A me Thing.
To the Editor of the Eagle.
Wrun-mnv ICns . K.-nr. 14. J. G.Thomp-
son, of Iowa, has on exhibition at the court
houso m tins city one 01 iMigeis puieiib mux
cremators, which is an arrangement for dis
,.L;,r nf nil rmrhrKTi tfuvjiEw and filth of ev-
cry kind that may accumulate about a house.
The machine is quite sinipio m its cou&u-uc-
tion, and ironi an rauuiuoa fjivcu ui xls
ivnrl.-i!ir-s Snturdav afternoon seems to per
form the work required of it thoroughly. It
consists simply 01 vemiiatca tuues iiom uiv
water closets, sinks, etc.. to an iron retort
built over a lire box, and to which, when
full, and the valve netwecn ic ami mo uiuu
has been closed, fire is applied, the heat from
which conveits the jrreater portion of the
conteutsof the retort to gas. This gas is
conveyed out of the retort tmougu pipes in
the top back to tho fire, where it is consumed
5n Uo crntins fnnn. juid crreatlv assisting
combustion. There is no smell from tho appa
ratus, eitner uuring tue process ui at-iuauuu
ninf nm- t!llW nfllT fIVlTlilfcion. AftOl" the
cromation is accomplished nothing remain in
tho retort but a little harmless and odorless
Tho commissioners of bumner county and
oKr nf til- mimtv with miito a larce num
ber of other visitors were present on last Sat
urday, wnen tue tniru test was mauu ui iu
cremator in our court house, and expressed
Incmselves wen pieaseu wixn mo risuii, uuu.
believe it to ba just the thing for public
buildings. 107-lt Observer.
Cheap Excursion Itatcs to the St. Iiouls Exposi
tion la Frisco Line.
The Frisco line now have on sale round
trip tickets to St. Louis at very low rates.
Please bear in mind that the Frisco is the on
ly Hue from Wichita that runs double daily
trains solid to St. Louis without change of
cars of any kind. Pullman palace cais on
trains leavimr Union depot at 1:23 every
morning, and elegant free reclining chair
cars on trains leaving hero at !):20 every
m-i..iYitr. For further information call on
W. T). Murrioek. ticket ajrent. 119 North
Main street, and Union depot, or F. D. Rus
sell, general western agent, ;-' uougias ave
nue. UHM-W.
Since oneninc: their larco fall stock of
clothing,gcntVf urnishing goods and hats,the
now clothing house oE Luttrell Bros, have
boon doing a land office Inu iness. They have
the exclusive sale of the celebrated Dan
Smith cut. which is a great card for them as
Dan is the best clothing cutter in America.
The Broadway and Fifth avenue styles in
silk and plug hats, just opened, at Gold
standt's, the hatter. dl07-0t
Publication Notite.
Notice is hereby given that my wife has
left 1113' bed and board without cau-e. All
persons dealing with her are responsible for
any contracts mad" by her.
dl07-3t-' Peter Noel
After you have been measured for a fall
suit, call at 201 Douglas avenue, and get a
lashionablo nat. aiucoc
Theio will bo a ball at 'Excelsior hall as 11
Charleston benefit, Wednesday evening. A
cordial invitation to all. Turn out every
body anil help those in need. dl07-tit
Will trade ?200or 300 worth of choice ci
gars at manufacturers prices for real estate
Address Cigars, Eaglo office. 107-3t
Avoid tho rush at the gates and procure
tickets at Lawrence s drugstore.
dl07-5t R. E. Lawrence, Treas.
Tho largest stock of boots and shoes west
of Kansas City, is at J. Braitsch's, 120 East
Douglas ave. dltXi-tit
Big bargains in pawned watches at Post's
the Pawnbroker. dlPM.t
Try and solve the puzzle and get tho $5.00
shoes from J. Braitsch's. 12U East Douglas.
Two hundred acres in Tennessee to trade
for farm or city property. Apply to Bay-
ley liro. JC la, iitJNortn.M.arec street
In willow ware wc have a splendid assort
ment of round and square hampers of differ
ent sizes, round and square work and waste
baskets, different sizes of birch bark baskets
for waste ana scraps, and also lor parasols
and umbrellas, etc. Call at 147 Main and see
The Fair. 10G-3t
If you wish to see a line and large lino of
baby cabs, doll cabs, children's, swings and
toys ot all kinds, ooj- s iron and wooden
wagons, velocipedes etc.. call at Tho Fair,
147 Main street. d!0G-3t
Wo have the finest and largest lino of fine
frames, moldings, mattings and pictures,
and lowest prices of any ono in the- city.
Come nud see us this week. No trouble to
show goods. The Fair, 1 17 Main street
People who desire to entertain their friends
in tho mot elegant style possible should take
thorn to the Idlewild, 230 Main street. The
moals served at this establishment aro always
first-class, and the arrangements for giving
private suppers, lunches, etc.
unequalled in tho city.
are positively
"Vt il.in iit inform nnr lvitrnns nnrl thn
general public that Mr. E. C. Sutton is no
longer in the employ of tho Schuyler Electric
lagUE LO. iiDW. J. U EL9H.
dl00-tf Supt S. E. L. Co.
Strayed or stolen, one bay gelding about
15V., haads high, 0 years old. black mane.
tail and legs. The above either strayed or
was stolen from my bam on Central avenue
on Saturday niglit tho ISth inst. A liberal
reward will be paid for tue return of the
same. Win. M. Simms, 110 Main st dl00-4t
Call at the "Fair"1 ana sec their assortnic-nt
of Library Lamps and at prices way down.
These goods will be sold cheap. No. 147
?SoTbtijfo?!rff W IHLI 1 1 A N IHh Ulf AY i IKO 1 Vfi-vJLv
strcete are alP graded; every lot is staked, 11 I I If f I II -l I I II llll VI II I '
and a board sidewalk is laid on every street IIM I I If I I I II I --, . i
without cost to those who buy. dl05-6t IIWIIbiIbb I -W VII I I I k. It III TO I TTTi
The Frisco lane
Are selling very low round-trip tickets to
St. Louis. This i; the only line from Wich
ita that runs its trains solid into the Union
depot at St. Louis. For full particulars call
at the Frisco ticket office. 119 North Main
street. dl05-tf
Fov the Arkansas Valley Fair at Wichlts.
The Fort Scot road will sell tickets Sep
tember ISth to 24th, limited to the 25th, at
one and one-half their regular rates, from
Eureka, Anthony and intermediate stations,
and all stations on tho Wichita & Colorado
railroad. C. P. Rector,
d 105-tf Div. Frt. and Pass. Agt.
Twenty acixs of choice land on College
Hill for sale. See A. L. Austin at his resi
dence on Central avenue. 103-tf
A chance for a bargain in a lino twenty
acre tract of land on College Hill. Call on
A. L. Austin who is going to California. 103tf
Will sell milk at 4 cents per quart at the
milk depot 307 East Douglas avenue. d5S-tf
Excursion. '
Parties contemplating attending the va
rious excursions will do well to call at the
Wichita Trunk Factory, No. lio West Uoug-
las avenue, and provide themselv
substantial trunk, valise, satchel
tuemseives wan u
For your traveling equipments call at the
Wichita Trunk Factory, No. 125 West Doug
las avenue, and you can procure .anything
you need at very reasonabjp price. d99-lm
Something Special
In Norwich, the young railroad center
choice business lots trom one hundred and
thirty dollars upwards. Terms, half down, 1
balance on time.
Two railroads already there, a third ,0-0-jected.
Great demand for buildings.
For particulars call upon, or write to
F. IV. Hawkes.
dl7-12tw Norwich Hotel, .Norwich.
Kcduced Excursion Itatcs.
The St. Louis, Fort Scott and Wichita in
connection with the Missouri Pacific railway
will sell round trip excursion tickets as fol
lows: To Kansas City Sept, 13th to 18th, at G.o5
with 50 cents additional for admission ticket
to fair crounds. Tho Fort Scott train for
Knncas City leaves Wichita S:00 p. 111. Three 1
uours later man mo ouiilu j?e uum uuu ui
rives at Kansas City 0:15 a. m. Making tho
run two horn's and forty minutes quicker
than the Santa Fe. Has an elegant through
free reclining chair car, also Pullman sleeper.
To Koiighta Templar triennial conclave at
St. Louis September ISth to 20th at rates as
low as the lowest. In this connection it
should bo remembered that the A 'ichita com
inandry Knights Templar have contracted to
fro in a body to St. Louis over the Fort
Scott and Missouri Pacific roads. Join the )
procession and go with the Knights.
To St. Louis fair, October 2nd to 8th, at
one faro for the round trip.
To Quaker meeting at Plainfield, Indiana, j
Tickets will be sold to naiuneiu, uanvuie or
Indianapolis, Indiana, Sept. 0th, 7th, 10th
and 11th at $21.00.
To Quaker meeting at Richmond, Indiana,
September 10th, 11th, 17th and ISth $23.00.
For tickets and other information apply to
EASniitb, commercial agent, 109 Main street,
or at depot office, First and Wichita streets.
C. P. Rector, D. F. & P. Agent, d96-tf
Two second-hand sewing machines for salo
cheap at Post's tho Pawnbroker.
Ladies, wo have a splendid line of all kinds
of art goods canvas, stretchers, sketching
stools, easels, mall sticks and everything per
taining to their line. Come in and we'll take
pleasure in showing you through Tho Fair,
147 Main. 10C-3t
Customers and friends Come and leave
your packages and bundles with us while at
tue lair tuis week and wo win ue giau to care
for them for you. Plenty of room and will
give you checks for same. Come and make
yourself at home and rest. 1 17 Main street.
"The Fair.'' 100-0t.
Kansas CHy Inter-State l'alr.
Tho Fort Scott roatl will soil round trip
tickets to Intor-Statc Fair sit Kansas City,
September loth to ISth, tickets good toio
turn until September U'th, nt one lnro for
round trip. Elegant reclining chair cars
free, and Pullman Sleeper, leaving "Wichita
at S p. m. iirriviug at Kansas City 0:10 a. m.
without change of cars. Train returning
leaving Kansas City !):20 p. m. arriving in
Wichita 8:15 n. m. Tickets on sale at 109
Main street and depot at Second and "Wichi
ta streets. d'JJ-tf
The Khst shoes for the least inoncy are
at J. Braitsch's 1!0 c Douglas. dKKWJt.
Tort Scott Kallroacl.
On Sept. 10th and 11th, the Fort Scott
railroad will sell round trip tickets to In
dianapolis at rate of 21.00. And on Sept.
IOUi, 11th, 17th and ISth to Richmond, Ind.,
at &KJ.00. Elegont .reclining chair cars
through to Kansas City and St. Louis with
out change. Elegant Pullman sleeper on
evening train to Kansas City. Choice of
lines from Kansas City and St. Louis and
closa connections mado with all trains.
Tickets on sale and information regarding
routes and accommodations cheerfully given
at city ticket office, 101) Main street, and
depot ticket office, Second and "Wichita
street. dOG tf
The O. C. Udall flour at "Williiims & Ness-
l6y gives universal satisfaction. tllOitf
Hydraulic Press Brick.
We have the agency for the abovo named
press brick and can f urnish them on short no
tico to any contractor or builder. Tho best
brick in llio market for nice fronts of build
ings. Call on Hacker & Jackson, comer of
Fourth" and Douglas avenues, or 117 "Water
street. d35tf
Sloney to Ioan at Sitflit.
I can close a good city loan at lowest rates
in throe hours any day in the week. S. W.
Cooper, l."7 ilain street. d-SO-tf
Gents" and ladies' watches at Hall's jewelry
store, 120 North Main street. dlO-J-lL't
Silver and platod ware," lowest prices, at
Hall's jewelry store, 120 Xorth Main street.
The genuine 1S47. Rogers Bros.' knives,
forks and spoons, at Hall's jewelry store, 120
North Main street. d!02-12t
"Williams & Xessly offer a special premium
of two hundred pounds of flour, "O. C."
brand, Udall Mills (valued at $G,) for the best
loaf of bread made from this brand. '306
West Douglas avenue. dl02-tf
87 Dozen Laundried White Shirts with
Reinforced Bosoms and
Bands will be Sold at 35 Cents Each.
S. Goldstein & Go's
422 Douglas Ava
And Soon to Arrive.
-:-Dress Goods Direet from Paris-:-
-:-Qpera Goods Direct fi'omBerlm--:-
Ladies Wraps Direet from Paris
--:--and Berliii.--:--
And Much the Largest Line of
American --:-- Novelties
In Dress Goods Ever Offered by
0 This House o
We have searched the markets for
In Carpets and Curtains.
Brussels Point Curtains, Silk
Curtains, and all the new
Novelties in Curtains.
in Stylish Patterns
New Effects That Are Very Nohby.
No pains have been spared by us in securing Latest Styles in
Every Department.
M. KOHN & CO., '
Ten Thousand Dollars worth of Goods Damaged
By tlie falling of our Shelving.
Goods Must be Sold in the Next Ten days0 at a Sacrifice.
Our 1.39
Our 1.29 All Wool Jerseys Y5c
" 1.98 Fur Muffs - 89c
39c Napkins - 18c
" 6 l-2c Brown Sheeting 4 l-2c
5000 Yards Standard Prints torn by the f 3,11 which we have cut into remnants so as to
take out all had places, that we sold for 5c, 6c and 7c, all to go for 2 l-2c
An equal amount of Blue Indigo Prints that are in the same shape, always sold at 7 l-2c
-now ero for 4c.
Our all wool Fancy Flannels which we sold for 29c goes in this sale at 19c. And many
other ecoods which we cannot just now get at to see how much are damaged, as we have had
all our force at work for past 36 hours to get stock arranged to open the store. -Come
early as all the Damaged stock must be cleaned out at once in order to make room
as we intend buying new stock.
In visiting the BOSTON STORE don't fail to examine our
Which is proving an Immense Success.
Black Silks at 83c.
" " " 98c.
" " " 1.09.
" " " 1.18.
Our 69c Colored Cashmere, all wool, 39c.
" 49c Colored Velvets, all wool, 33c.
" 6c Crash 1-2C
Linen Crash
Towels - :
" 98c Comforts
" 1.48 White Blankets
" 4.18 White Blankets, all wool,
" .98c Grey Blankets
Feast of Pall Bargains
My Fall 'Stock being now in I am prepared to show an excel
lent assortment at prices unequaled in the city.
In Ladies' Misses' and Childrens' Sizes,
Hosiery and UNDeRWEAR
In Ladies' Gents' and Childrens' Sizes.
The largest assortment in the city. 40 different styles.
Gents' Wear !
A Complete Line-
I make a specialty of all the above goods as I keep no dress goods
whatever, therefore devote my whole attention to
everything in the fancy line.
Speeial Sale
Of 50 Dozen Real Irish Point Lace Collars only 18c, cheap at 50c.
Grand Opening
Of cases of New Clothing, Hats and Fur
nishings every day in the week. We have
bargains in odd suits and boys and childrens
clothing. Come and see us.
Temporary Quarters 216 Douglas Avenue.
N. B. Received twelve cases of Stylish Stiff Hats at $1 each
Regular price everywhere double that amount.
Gents' Wear !
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